Longwood Appliance Repair

Longwood Appliance Repair

Longwood appliance repair specialists can be found at a nearby business called Hartman’s Appliance Repair. This very well known, local company is known as being Central Florida’s main supplier for home appliance repair. Longwood homeowners can be rest guaranteed to get instant responses, master guidance, and the most professional and expert workmanship when working with a Longwood appliance repair professional from Hartman’s.

Our family has been providing superior appliance repair to Central Florida homeowners for more than 30 years.

Longwood appliance repair specialists can be found at a nearby business called Hartman’s Appliance Repair. This very well known, local company is known as being Central Florida’s main supplier for home appliance repair. Longwood homeowners can be rest guaranteed to get instant responses, master guidance, and the most professional and expert workmanship when working with a Longwood appliance repair professional from Hartman’s.

Working with a Longwood appliance repair company to make fast repairs to your home appliances can some of the time be disappointing. Long hold times or techs that don’t show up can be time-consuming and expensive. With Hartman’s Longwood appliance repairs are simple, from the booking of a service call to the repair itself and any subsequent follow-up that is important.

Hartman’s is outstanding to residents of Longwood. Appliance repairs made with this highly regarded company are made right the first time, every time.

For occupants of Longwood, appliance repairs can be finished in one quick service call for many customers. Contact Hartman’s appliance repair today and be connected with a master technician who’s capable of handling all of your Longwood appliance repair needs.

More About Longwood

Longwood has been a destination point for Florida travelers since coastal tribes used The Senator, an ancient bald cypress, to find their way over land from the St. Johns River to trading grounds at Spring Hammock. This was the wilderness sanctuary early tribes found when they escaped inland from the Spanish. Later, when Creeks and others from the tribes of the Southeast United States fled into Spanish Florida and settled new villages among escaped African slaves, they became the Seminoles.

The Senator, at more than 3000 years old, was easily Central Florida’s oldest tourist attraction. The Senator was the biggest and oldest bald cypress tree in the world, located in Big Tree Park, Longwood, Florida. At the time of its demise, it was 125 feet tall, with a trunk diameter of 17.5 feet. The tree was thought to have been destroyed by a fire from a lightning strike, but it was later discovered that an arsonist started the fire.

As far as American Colonial history goes, Longwood as well as most of Seminole County, shares its frontier beginnings with the early settlement of Orange, Lake, Brevard, Volusia and Osceola Counties that make up the Orlando Metro Area. By the early 1860s, both Sanford and Orlando were small settlements that had developed near the Seminole War forts built between 1837 and 1838. Settlers began arriving at what would become Longwood during the lull between the end of the Seminole Wars in the 1850s and the beginning of the Civil War.

The word “Seminole” is adopted from Spanish and Creek terms for people who live away from others.

Some of the appliances we can service include:

Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 8am – 5pm, Friday 8am – 4pm

Having a Problem with a Home Appliance?

Give us a call and we’ll fix your appliance at a very reasonable rate.